9 days Everest Panorama Trekking
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- The Everest panorama trekking is a short and scenic destination in the Everest region.
- It is the nearest and most excellent place to see the MT: Everest.
- The trip offers Himalayan views and includes the oldest Monastery.
- The Namche Bazaar, Everest View Hotel, Khumjung, Tengboche, and Syangboche are the best viewpoints of the trip.
- It is an opportunity to explore the Sherpa culture and the museum of the expedition to Everest.
- Hiking /Trekking to Everest Panorama in 2024 / 2025 with family.
- Fixed departure trekking from Kathmandu.
9 days Everest Panorama Trekking takes you to the most beautiful valleys and Sherpa highlands in Sagarmatha National Park. The highest altitude of the trekking is about 3800 Meters from sea level, which is most famous for the views of Mt. Everest and the Everest panoramic Himalayas Range. The trek to Panorama is enjoyable, even though it is a short trek from Lukla Airport.
It’s the best season during March, April, May, August, September, October, and November when the climate is mild. Similarly, check out the fixed departure trekking Itinerary, cost, and information for 2024 and 2025 for you and your family.
However, Everest Panorama is known as the Everest family trekking; the trekking trail is along the way to Mount Everest Base Camp. It is in the Sagarmatha National Park, Gokyo Lake, and Sherpa Village.
All Sherpa are very religious; they follow Tibetan Buddhism. Similarly, Namche, Khumjung village, and Tengboche are the best places to see the oldest Monasteries. Some of the monasteries were built over 350 years ago.
Many types of wildlife exist, Flora: Fauna and Beautiful Himalayan chains. However, You will also experience the panoramic views of the great giant mountains, including Mt. Everest, Lhotse, Thamserku, and Amadablam. The Panorama trekking is an excellent introduction to the Sherpa community and its culture, with great mountain views and a trendy destination for every trekker in Nepal.
Every snow-covered mountain encloses the monastery in every direction, providing a stunning climax to the Trekking to Everest Panorama. Amadablam (6812 meters), Kang Tega (6782 meters), Thamserku (6623 meters), and Kongde Range surround the monastery and provide an ecstatic feeling to the place.
The trip offers the world’s highest (Everest at 8848.86 meters) and fourth-highest (Lhotse at 8516 meters).
Boundless Adventure provides customizable Panorama Trekking to suit your needs. However, the trekking guide is experienced, knowledgeable, and intimately understands the local culture, flora, fauna, and environment.
You will be kept in the best guest houses that offer healthy and delicious Food. Your needs and preferences will be addressed throughout the Hiking and touring on Everest Panorama. The trip to Panorama Trekking is an incredible and unforgettable experience.
Contact us for more information about the Everest Panorama Trekking cost, itinerary, Trekking map, permits, and hotel through email or WhatsApp at + 977 9851033819 now.
Best Time For Everest Panorama Trekking
Although you can undertake the Everest Panorama trek any time of the year, trekkers prefer certain months and seasons more than others. The months of March, April, and May that fall during Spring are some of the finest times for Everest Panorama trekking. Likewise, September, October, and November, which fall during Autumn, are ideal for Everest Panorama trekking. Furthermore, Everest Panorama trekking is widespread from June to summer or August during summer.
Spring comes after the harsh Winter, a favorable time for Everest Panorama Trekking. The blooming of rhododendrons during the Spring is a major attraction throughout the journey. Furthermore, trekking in Spring comes with good weather conditions, stunning scenery, and a more relaxed atmosphere.
Autumn is the season after the monsoon in Nepal. Autumn is a favorable time for Everest panorama trekking due to its pleasant weather conditions. Stable weather conditions, clear skies, mild temperatures during the day, and cool nights make Autumn a perfect time to refresh in the Everest region.
Summer is becoming a favorable time for Everest Panorama trekking due to the effect of Global warming. Due to Global warming, rainfall only occurs occasionally. The lower part of Nepal faces rainfall during Autumn, but not the higher parts like the Everest region. The less crowded trails, lush green landscapes, and sunny days make the summer an ideal time for Everest Panorama trekking.
The winter season is also recommended for Everest panorama trekking from December to February, as the trek doesn’t take you to a higher elevation. So the snowfall in the lower areas doesn’t occur during Winter. If you love the cold regions and refreshing season, contact Boundless Adventure to manage Everest Panorama trekking during Winter.
Everest Panorama Trekking Cost
The Everest Panorama trekking cost varies on different factors, such as the duration of the trip and the luxurious service you choose. Boundless Adventure covers your permits, accommodation, meals, transportation, and returnable trekking equipment on your trekking cost.
It will cost extra if you want luxurious service and extend your trekking duration. We also provide a guide and porter service but at an additional cost. As per your preference, we can customize your itinerary, so for a flexible itinerary plan and the exact cost for Everest panorama trekking, contact us via WhatsApp at +977 9851033819.
Everest Panorama Trekking is famous for Everest family trekking and Everest view trekking. Everyone can complete it quickly, even though you are trekking with family and Children.
Three thousand eight hundred meters is the highest place for trekking; you can travel with your children and senior citizens. However, We can customize the Everest Panorama Trekking itinerary according to your Holidays. Have checked out the detailed itinerary of the Panorama trip below.
Day:01 Kathmandu Arrival (1380m)
Welcome to Nepal. Boundless Adventure company representative receives you at the international airport and transfers you to the hotel.
He will give a short briefing about the programs for the following days. Overnight at the hotel in Kathmandu.
Note: You can get a local sim card and money exchange at the International airport.
Day:02 Fly to Lukla and trek to Phakding (2652m)
Drive to the domestic airport early in the morning and fly to Lukla.
For the group, the other crew will join from here. The gentle trek begins through the trail that lies above the Dudhkoshi River.
On the way, the barley and buckwheat fields can be seen as marvellous to Phakding overnight at the lodge.
Day:03 Trek to Namche Bazaar (3440m).
From Phakding, the trail passes through Manju, and the steep uphill trail leads to Namche Bazaar, the Sherpa-populated highland.
This embarks you through the entrance of the Sagarmatha National Park.
Namche is a hugely populated town in Khumbu, overnight at lodge.
Day:04 Acclimatization to Everest view
Acclimation is an essential part of trekking at higher altitudes. The day begins after breakfast, scrambling around the Namche Bazaar, Khumjung, and Everest views.
It will be the first view of Mount Everest. The spectacular views of MT. Everest, Ama Dablam, Thamserku, and other unnamed peaks welcome you with a pleasant smiles.
Return to Hotel, overnight at lodge.
Day:05 Trek to Tyangbouche (3860m).
The trail from Namche looks steep initially, but it becomes gentle as you reach the top of the ridge.
The impressive views of Ama Dablam, Lhotse Shar, Taboche, Kangtega, and Thamserku can be explored during the trek. Passing Kyangjuma and Phunki Tenga, Tyangboche is on the next step overnight at the lodge.
Day:06 Trek to Namche Bazaar.
It’s a gentle day to farewell Tyangboche, leaving this spiritual environment after breakfast.
It does not matter in the beginning. Quite late. With a gradual trek down from Tyangboche, pass Phunki Tenga and ultimately to the Namche Bazaar, exploring the outstanding landscape, flora, and fauna overnight at the lodge.
Day:07 Trek to Lukla 2860m
On the last day of the foothill journey in the mountain, trek down to Phakding via Manju. Crossing a few suspension bridges, head towards Lukla through the gentle trail, and check into Hotel.
Lukla is 2860 m high. Overnight at the Hotel or resort.
Day:08 Fly back to Kathmandu.
The flight takes off in the morning. You bid farewell to the inspiring white peaks that have made your trek outstanding.
From the airport, transfer to the hotel and take a rest. The time is for your purpose. You may buy souvenirs for your family and friends. Overnight at the hotel.
Our representative will drop you at the international airport after breakfast on your departure.
Thank you for letting us serve you. Have a nice trip ahead.
The hotel check-out time is Noon.
- Airport picks up and drops off by private car/van/ bus.
- Three times meals a day (Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner) During the trekking.
- A cup of Tea or Coffee with every meal.
- Accommodations during the trekking.
- Experienced and English-speaking Guide
- All trekking staff needs food, accommodation, salary, equipment, and insurance.
- Kathmandu –Lukla –Kathmandu flight tickets.
- Sagarmatha National Park permits, and TIMS permits.
- Surface ground transfer from the Hotel to the airport and at our Hotel at the end of the trip.
- Government taxes.
- Per person, one trekking map
- Domestic Airport departure tax.
- Sleeping Bag and Down jackets If needed ( Returnable)
- Carry a bag if required.
- Purified Drinking water
- Soft and Hard drinks.
- Hotel in Kathmandu (Options)
- Porter from Lukla.
- Donationation and tips.
Difficulty of Everest Panorama Trekking
Trekking Everest Panorama is easy, accessible, and suitable for all age groups. The highest point on the Everest Panorama trekking is at 3867m/ 12687 ft at Everest View Hotel. The trek doesn’t involve walking in extremely high altitudes, so trekkers are less likely to get issues related to altitude sickness.
Although the trek is easy and suitable for trekkers with a general level of physical fitness, trekkers should pay attention to their bodies while trekking. At the time of ascension and descending, you need to pay attention to your ankle as it may get injured. And if you feel any altitude-related problems, immediately tell your guide and do as suggested.
The Everest Panorama trekking is a family-friendly trekking route. So, Boundless Adventure heartily welcomes trekkers and their families with a group discount.
Acclimatization Days During Everest Panorama Trekking
Although trekkers won’t get to higher elevations, acclimatization is necessary for Everest Panorama trekking. The risk of altitude-related sickness is a concern as you get above 2500m, so we have made an itinerary for Everest Panorama trekking involving acclimatization day.
You have an acclimatization day on the third day of Everest Panorama trekking. The day is not just for resting; on this day, you’ll explore the areas of Everest view along with majestic mountain peaks. So, the acclimatization day is more than just an adaptation to the changed temperature; it is also a unique chance to enjoy the beauty of the Everest region. Additionally, the acclimatization day is a chance for you to interact with locals of the area more effectively.
Why Should You Choose Everest Panorama Over Base Camp?
Although Everest Base Camp is a world-renowned trekking route and most adventure seekers dream of trekking EBC at once, some trekkers choose Everest Panorama trekking. Some Of the reasons for Choosing Everest Panorama over Everest Base Camp include:
In comparison to the trek to Everest Base Camp, the Everest panorama is shorter as you can finish the trek within a week. So, Everest Panorama trekking is ideal for trekkers who want to experience the Everest region’s beauty while trekking in a short time.
The Everest Panorama trekking is a moderate-level trekking route involving less physical demand. The trek doesn’t reach the higher elevation like at Everest Base camp. So, the trek to Everest panorama suits trekkers who prefer less challenging treks and those concerned about altitude-related issues.
Although trekkers don’t get to the top of the Everest Base Camp, trekkers will get to one of the finest viewpoints, the Everest View Hotel in Everest Panorama trekking. Also, trekkers can see views of the different Himalayan peaks from Namche Bazaar, Tengboche, and Syangboche. Trekkers prefer Everest Panorama trekking over EBC because trekkers can get stunning views even without trekking at a high altitude.
The Everest Panorama Trekking costs less than Everest Base Camp due to its shorter duration. A shorter duration means your logistical expenses will be less. So, Everest Panorama trekking is more budget-friendly and suitable for tight-budget travelers.
As the trek to Everest Panorama doesn’t involve trekking at high elevations and altitude-related concerns are less on the trek, each family member can do this trek together. Most families seek family trekking, but only some trekking destinations are suitable as per the physical condition of each member. However, the Everest Panorama is appropriate for small children and old age people. For family trekking, many trekkers choose Everest Panorama over Everest Base Camp trekking.
Things to do in Everest Panorama Trekking -9 days
- Acclimatizing day at the Namche and Everest View Hotel
- Morning flight from Kathmandu to Lukla Airport by plane
- Hiking through the local Sherpa village and Sagarmatha National Park
- Explore Sagarmatha National Park Museum and Sherpa Museum at Namche Bazaar.
- Explore the Khumjung Monastery and Sir. Hilary builds Schools.
- See the skull of the Yeti.
- 9 days Trekking Route
- The easygoing trail from Lukla to Jorshalle
- The path following the Dudh Koshi River
- It takes 5 hours, including one hour of lunch at Jorshalle
- Sagarmatha National Park checks post
- One hour climb up to Namche Bazaar
- Crossing suspense’s bridge several times
Foods During the Everest Panorama Trek
The Panorama trekking is up to 3800 Meters from sea level. People take the rice, corn, and oil things from Kathmandu by plane, but every person can produce Potatoes on their field. You can get such types of Food and another handoff course, Chinese, continental, and Italian; click here.
The route map is a graphical representation of the Everest region from one point to another point. The above-shown map is an online map accessible only with online access. However, Boundless Adventure provides a pocket route map to each of our clients for Everest Panorama trekking. The route map has all the graphical features, including various stops, landmarks, trekking trails, rivers, and different geographical aspects.
For Everest Panorama trekking, we provide a map of Everest Base Camp as the trek is a part of the EBC trek, and a specific map for the Everest Panorama trekking route is unavailable. The map has a 1: 50 000 scale with updated and latest trekking routes. The map’s altitude ranges from 2290 m to 8848 m with a longitude of 86 °36′ to 86 °58′. Furthermore, the map’s latitude is 27 °37′- 28 °05′.
To make it easily understandable, the route map has a feature of LEGEND, where trekkers can find the meaning of each symbol and sign’. The LEGEND is written in a different language in order to make it easy for travelers from each country. The signs and symbols in the LEGEND include the International boundary, national park boundary, climbing route, main trekking route, main and minor trail, settlement, cultivation, forest, and bush area. Furthermore, you can quickly identify the symbol of the glacier, peak, information center, monastery, chortens, airport, campsite, hotel, health post, school, and viewpoint on LEGEND.
The INDEX is another essential feature of the Everest Panorama trekking map. The INDEX shows all the names of the main places: peal/ Tse, Base Camp, pass, and Lake. The trail to Everest Panorama trekking begins from Lukla airport and passes through the stunning landscapes of the Khumbu region. The villages you’ll pass before getting to the final destination are Phakding, Namche Bazaar, and Khumjung.
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